Louisville Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Breonna Taylor Announcement


Protests Continue In Louisville Over Deaths In Recent Police Shootings

Protests Continue In Louisville Over Deaths In Recent Police Shootings

Officials in Louisville, Kentucky are bracing for a state of emergency as news is forthcoming about if the police officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor will face indictment. A memo was released calling for some city offices to close, officers won’t be able to take time off if it isn’t already approved, and will be made to work 12-hour shifts. It’s not clear if grand jury deliberations have started and evidence in the case was supposed to be released last week, also Taylor’s family received a settlement in the amount of $12 million, the city didn’t have to admit to wrongdoing in the settlement.